Tickets will only be available in even numbers to comply with social distancing requirements.

The Baltimore Orioles will begin selling tickets for April and May games only on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at 2 p.m. Due to coronavirus restrictions, Mayor Brandon Scott has only authorized Camden Yards to operate at 25 percent or 11,000 fans. The ballpark is implementing pod seating to keep six feet in-between fans with a mandated face mask and social distancing protocols. The Orioles are hopeful capacity guidelines will be lifted and will be selling tickets for summer games at a later date.

Unlike last year, Major League Baseball will play the full schedule of 162 games for the 2021 season. The Orioles will also have a limited schedule of promotional nights and giveaways through the season, including the popular “Kids run the bases,” floppy hat, and the Birdland Hawaiian shirt. Single-game tickets go on sale on March 31 at 2 p.m. and start at $15. Because of capacity restrictions, fans will only be able to purchase tickets in blocks of two, four, and six.

Camden Yards

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All fans attending games at Camden Yards will have to abide by the club’s health and safety guidelines. Fans will be required to wear masks at all times unless they are eating or drinking while seated in their assigned section. Camden Yards will also have social distancing signage and additional security precautions throughout the park. Ticketing will be conducted electronically and no cash will be accepted at concessions or retail shops. Ahead of the 2021 season, Camden Yards upgraded WiFi equipment throughout the park and fans will be able to access tickets and parking passes through the MLB Ballpark App.

Fans can get access to single-day tickets four hours earlier by signing up for the Orioles Insider and the Sarasota 365 Newsletter at

Will you be at Camden Yards for the 2021 season? Let us know in the comments which game you're looking forward to the most.